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    From my perspective,

    Pro:

    1. Exceptionally laid back
    2. Dislikes rules
    3. Rather skilled at talking to 9/10 kinds of people
    4. Won't criticize

    Con:

    1. Late for everything
    2. Fatalistic
    3. Don't get all my jokes
    4. Like horrible music

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    They are amazingly nice and warm to be around. I've met mostly genuinely goodhearted esfp's. But I've met a few women who's life been wreck and they can be intoxicatingly nice and in a sexy way, my poor Se don't stand a chance. And I've met some esfp's that uses their Te on daily basis (wannabe INTJ's) wich have an extreme attitude I can't stand for more then 5 minutes.

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    Currently "talking" to an ESFP. I like her .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    Currently "talking" to an ESFP. I like her .
    ESFPs arent' great with inference, you might want to try actual vocalization.

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    I find that a some ESFPs engage in very stereotyped and forced philosophical speculation often to appear profound, mostly as a means to get others to sleep with them.

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    I really like SPs. If I could be any other temperament they would be it. I don't know why I never noticed but they seem so unjudgemental and free spirited to me now. Never really paid much attention to them in the past.

    ESFPs are awesome, usually. I have never met an ESFP that couldn't make the most boring topic sound interesting. Granted, most ESFPs I've personally met are melodramatic, loud, and selfish.. but you have to take the good with the bad. ESFPs remind me to live my life when I'm too caught up in one thing or another.

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    Well, ESFP's are friendly and nice. At least they seem to.
    But they are also kind of... well, you can't rely on them.

    edit: from my personal experience: i have 2 esfp's in my class. if you want to make sure that by the next day everybody will know, you only have to tell them and mention that nobody else should know.

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    Friendly
    outgoing
    great networkers
    good at getting things started
    surprisingly practical
    fad-followers
    good at reaching out to marginals
    like to make themselves the butt of every joke
    often feel people don't appreciate their deep & meaningful side
    "zany"
    not as promiscuous as ppl think (from what I've seen)
    type most likely to trust in the kindness of stangers

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    Good:

    Friendly and kind.
    Can talk to just about anyone about anything > PEOPLE PEOPLE!
    Have often natural charisma.
    They are fun and funny.
    They are resourceful.
    They often have style.

    Bad:

    Some I know are unreliable
    Scatterbrained
    I feel like I can't go very deep with them. I enjoy their caring side but my philosophical side is starving.
    Can talk your ear off and can be really bad listeners.

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    Ah, I know what you mean about the stereotypes; some people have a way of mis-typing most of the flaky, unhealthy folks they meet as SPs (and especially as ESPs).

    Screw them, I say.

    I love ESFPs; I love their zest for life, their attitude towards it and their utter lovableness and I especially love how they go right out and say or do stuff I mean to but I'm a little shy about saying/doing.

    Rock on.

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